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Wainwright's Coast to Coast Walk

From St Bees Head to Robin Hood's Bay. Wainwright Walkers Edition

By (author) Alfred Wainwright
Revised by Chris Jesty
Format: Paperback / softback
Publisher: Frances Lincoln Publishers Ltd, London, United Kingdom
Published: 6th Jul 2017
Dimensions: w 102mm h 182mm d 13mm
Weight: 205g
ISBN-10: 0711239193
ISBN-13: 9780711239197
Barcode No: 9780711239197
The first fully revised and updated edition of A. Wainwright's pocket-sized guide to the classic Coast to Coast Walk. From St Bees Head on the Irish Sea by way of the Lake District, the Pennines, Swaledale and the North York Moors and ending at Robin Hood's Bay on the North Sea, this 190-mile walk has over the years become one of the best-loved long-distance routes in the world. First devised in the early 1970s, the walk has prompted countless enthusiasts to lace up their walking boots and follow Wainwright's example, and inspired TV series by Tony Robinson for Channel 5 and Julia Bradbury for BBC Four. This brand new edition of the Pictorial Guide contains Wainwright's hand-drawn route maps and his inimitable commentary, with the route, maps and text completely revised and brought fully up-to-date by Chris Jesty.

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"No walker should be without a little bit of Wainwright while they're doing the walk. The book is a work of art. * Lancashire Magazine * "This new print will have even more trekkers lacing up their boots to follow what is now a well-worn path." * Evergreen * "What a daunting task Chris Jesty had in updating what for many are the ultimate walkers' bibles, the Pictorial Guides. But he's risen to the task and I actually look forward to each seamless revision and leave my old, rather weather-beaten originals where they now belong - the shelf of my bookcase, away from the grandkids' hands. Jesty has, as usual, done a wholly sympathetic job in bringing AW's work into the twenty-first century." * Cumbria *